BraunAbility to Offer Mobility Equipment Through Federal Supply Schedule Contract

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BraunAbility partners with Adaptive Driving Alliance to provide more mobility choices for veterans.

BraunAbility, the leading manufacturer of wheelchair accessible vehicles and wheelchair lifts, has entered into an agreement with the Adaptive Driving Alliance (ADA) to offer mobility equipment through ADA’s existing Federal Supply Schedule (FSS) with the Veteran’s Administration (VA).

BraunAbility will leverage ADA’s success and experience with the VA while providing more choice and better mobility solutions for the nation’s military veterans.

With the BraunAbility partnership, the ADA portfolio of products will now include lowered-floor accessible vehicles, expanding options and choice for veterans. BraunAbility’s full range of accessible vehicles will provide non-service connected veterans with a much wider array of new and pre-owned mobility options.

The foremost priority for both BraunAbility and ADA is ensuring veterans are aligned with a Certified Mobility Consultant from a mobility dealer approved by the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA). Only then can veterans be assured they’ve had a proper assessment to determine the best mobility solution for their needs. Furthermore, a NMEDA dealer will provide skilled and dependable service on mobility products to keep veterans secure and protected on the road.

Market demographics show an increasing demand for mobility products across the community of military veterans. Through the ADA partnership, BraunAbility will provide competitively priced, medically appropriate conversions to better serve this need.

About BraunAbility

BraunAbility is the world’s leading manufacturer of wheelchair accessible vehicles and wheelchair lifts in the mobility industry. Founded nearly 50 years ago by Ralph Braun, the corporation was built on the age-old adage, “Necessity is the mother of invention.” Ralph Braun was a young man who used a wheelchair and had no reliable transportation to and from his place of work. He built his first wheelchair accessible vehicle in 1972, and since then the company has grown into the most well-known and experienced name in the mobility industry, bringing independence to tens of thousands of individuals across the world.

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